Recipe developer, baker, and food photographer Betül Tunç and Anthropologie have teamed up to curate the dreamiest kitchen collection. Named after Tunç’s Instagram account, the 25-piece Turkuaz Kitchen Anthropologie collection features designs inspired by traditional Iznik pottery with an Anthro twist.
The collection has everything from decorative plates and baking dishes to table linens and cooking tools, plus a signature scented Anthro candle to set the mood for your next dinner party. Featuring a gorgeous posy floral print with a palette of dusty blue, amber, and mustard yellow, this spring collaboration offers a homespun touch to your spring decor, just in time for the transitional season.
While I'm obsessed with all of the 25 pieces in the collection, there's a handful of products that I think are truly worth considering.
My picks from the Turkuaz Kitchen Anthropologie Collection
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Betül Tunç’s Turkuaz Kitchen is one of the most popular food accounts in the world, with 9 million followers on Instagram. It's not hard to see why – she makes beautiful, indulgent food with an incredibly homely aesthetic that shows in her signature collection.
The Turkuaz Kitchen Anthropologie collection features several handpainted blue stoneware pieces, inspired by traditional Turkish design. Among these pieces is the Posy Serving Platter, which features a gorgeous dusty blue hue bordered with a texturized posy print in contrasting white. It's almost like jasperware, without the painful price tag.
If you love to bake, the Turkuaz Kitchen collection at Anthropologie is right up your alley. This collection features several stunning bakeware pieces, but my favorite is the the Turkuaz Kitchen Posy Pie Dish. This dish is designed with the collection’s signature posy print in dusty blues, deep purples, and a pop of yellow with a classic scalloped edge for a vintage-like feel. It's crying out for a fresh blueberry pie.
The Posy Cake Stand is a functional yet decorative piece designed with the collection’s gorgeous blue and white posy motif look. Similar to the serving platter, this cake stand is constructed from durable (yet delicate-looking) stoneware with a hand-painted design. Use it to display your recent bakes, as a base for your spring floral arrangement, or as a decorative serving tray.
We can always count on Anthropologie to deliver the cutest baking tools, especially when it comes to measuring cups. With Tunç’s background in baking, we aren’t surprised that this collection features such a gorgeous set of measuring cups. These durable cups feature the brand’s signature posy print in pops of dusty blue, deep purple, amber orange, and mustard yellow, with a scalloped base detail that is swoon-worthy.
The Posy Dessert Plates are one of our favorite Anthropologie spring decor pieces because they each have a unique design yet pair together for a fun and whimsical set. Whether you choose to mount these on the wall or actually incorporate them into your table settings, these plates offer a fun and playful way to tie everything together.
If you can’t get enough of the collection’s posy print, incorporate the Posy Table Runner into your spring table decor. Whether you are looking for a festive piece for your kitchen table or want to add some textiles to your entryway table, this Turkuaz Kitchen Anthropologie collection table runner will cheer up your space with a sprinkle of spring blooms.
I'm covering all of the best spring decor as it drops. While I adore this collection, there's a lot of other collections out there that you need to consider. The Pottery Barn Monique Lhuillier collection has lots of gorgeous floral options for spring, and I also found some cute choices in the Crate & Barrel spring collection, to say nothing of my rundown of the huge Anthropologie Spring collection or Joanna Gaines' Hearth & Hand spring collection. There's some interesting trends out there this spring and it can pay off to stay on top of what's happening with the latest collections.
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Jessie Quinn is a Los Angeles-based lifestyle writer with work published in The Spruce, Apartment Therapy, Well + Good, PEOPLE, and more. She graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in fashion journalism from Academy of Art University and uses her background in fashion to inform her home decor coverage. Her personal home decor style falls somewhere at the intersection of eclectic vintage and modern maximalist, but she's drawn to all types of designs and styles. When she's not writing, you can find Jessie working on a variety of DIY and craft projects, including crocheting, sewing, and jewelry-making.
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